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I Have A Bruning In My Leg Is That Normal
NEUROPATHY: Burning in legs and feet mean that you have peripheral neuropathy, many things may cause that, the most common is diabetes especially with poor control of blood sugar, other causes may be vitamin B12 deficiency, others include lead or heavy metals toxicity, the best way to diagnose is emg/ncv which showed injury of the sensory nerves of the lower extremities, treatment is to treat the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No it is not: Have doctor check you out to find if there a problem. ...Read more
I fell on my knee the other day and there is tightness in my upper front leg when i bend my leg. Is that normal?
Get it checked out : Tis may becouse you have swelling inside the knee joint which can be a sign of an internal injury. An effusion (joint swelling) will cause tightness when you try to bend it and is a sign of something going on that may need some attention. Ice and rest if for a few days, if it does not improve, see a specialist. ...Read more
I'm 17 and I masterbated 3 times today and my right teste is sore when j put pressure on it and when it hits against my leg is that normal?
See below: Like many things in life, too little or too much of one thing may have undesirable consequences. Discomfort in the testicle (aka orchalgia) in a young man is often related to either too frequent (overuse) or too infrequent ejaculation (underuse). Usually, rest/reduction of masturbation frequency and OTC ibuprofen, naproxen, or acetaminophen helpful. Persistent pain or swelling deserves evaluation ...Read more
Could be normal : It is hard to thy to diagnose skin problems without being able to look at your spots. If you were in an area where there mosquitoes then you could have been bitten by mosquitoes or other insects. Be sure to have it checked if it persists. If you desire for somebody to look at it further schedule a video visit with me or have somebody there look at it. va-allergy.com ...Read more
I have a hematoma after a knee arthroscopy and its red now after 20 days from the surgery and its covering all my leg is that normal?And how to treat
More or less, yes: Nobody is really symmetric, from head to toe. We all have different sized hands and feet. Our faces are more expressive on one side than the other - cover each side in a mirror in turn. Sometimes, though, a leg length discrepancy can cause some back symptoms. This is accommodated by using a shoe lift/insert 1/2 the height of the difference. Then start a program of regular stretching and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer